Modern internal auditing: continuing professional education
Wiley, Mar 4, 1986 - Business & Economics - 561 pages
A professional training version of Brink/Witt: Modern Internal Auditing: Appraising Operations and Controls, 4th Edition, serving the expanding educational needs of the profession. About two-thirds of the parent volume is used with modifications including learning objectives, italicized key terms, review questions, case problems, and many real-world examples. Fully updated, with expanded coverage of reporting and computer auditing.
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